Sharepoint User Group Ireland – Making SharePoint work for Records Management & Social Features in SharePoint 2013

Making SharePoint work for Records Management.

SharePoint has had record management since version 2007 but has struggled in real world implementations due to design limitations and user unfriendliness . SharePoint 2010 added improvements such as document sets and in-place record management. In this talk Tony Ogilivie will bring real world experience in how to make SharePoint work for Records Management

Presenter: Tony Ogilvie – Automated Intelligence Tony brings many years of experience delivering high value and very successful deployments for a number of global organisations. Prior to joining Automated Intelligence Tony was a senior consultant with Parity and before that Autonomy. Tony is an expert in Microsoft SharePoint and is often engaged by customers and partners alike to design and implement their information architecture.

Social Features in SharePoint 2013.

SharePoint 2013 has added a major set of new features for based around Facebook and Twitter style collaboration. We’ll walk through Microblogging, User Feeds, Communities for both on Premise and Office 365. The usual Live Demo and Presentation mix plus a video clip of Steve Jobs, why? come and find out.

Presenter: Colin Byrne Colin is a SharePoint architect working in Ireland and the Uk. He is currently implementing a SharePoint solution for one of the worlds largest Aircraft Lessors.

Registraton :

Location : TCube, 32-34 Castle Street, Dublin 2

Date & Time : June 20th, 2013 @18:30

Event is free & all are welcome.


Winners of the competition to attend Kevin Kline’s “From Good to Great: Productivity and Influence Skills for the IT Professional” pre-conference event

Last month, the SQL Saturday committee and SQL Server Ireland User Group held a competition to win a free place at the SQL Saturday 229 pre-conference – Kevin Kline’s “From Good to Great: Productivity and Influence Skills for the IT Professional”.

Kevin has been an awesome ambassador to Ireland in the SQL community and we wanted to celebrate that fact.

So the question was “How many times has Kevin Kline visited Ireland as a SQL speaker prior to this?”

Only one person, David Henley, got the correct answer of 3 visits :  Dublin, Cork, Galway & Belfast user group roadshow in 2007, a Dublin user group in 2011, & the Dublin SQL Saturday in 2012.

A second entrant, Yibo Hu, answered 6 times which is the correct number of events that he attended.

We decided to award a free entry to the event to both entrants.

Congratulations to David & Yibo.

To learn more about the event, visit the SQL Saturday 229 ( website for details.

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